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“Started with a D and was the biggest t room in the single-storey part of the lodge.”
“It was a jumble "of narrow walled alleys 'hutongs' with gates leading to residential compounds containing internal courtyards joined by 'moon gates' and south-facing single-storey houses with pitched roofs, paper-covered windows, and ancient wooded lattices.”
“The single-storey shop holds a story time on Saturdays, craft activities during the holidays and author events.”
“A total of 88 patients were evacuated from the single-storey building in suburban Quakers Hill.”
“The brick houses and single-storey factories of the suburbs had disappeared completely below the drifting tides of silt.”
“The report warns that the town's problems are compounded by its predominant architectural style, which consists of largely single-storey dwellings, meaning that residents cannot simply go upstairs to avoid floodwaters.”
“Two old Chevys - a pickup and a Nova - sit in the driveway of the Loughner's tan single-storey house, where the backyard fence is aged and peeling and the front porch is littered with empty buckets of roofing tar.”
“Patterns are already emerging from the study: more died in summer when people were out and about, but relatively few people died in house fires because most lived in single-storey homes and could easily escape.”
“The edifice was nothing more than a single-storey structure, white stone and with no logo or marker, no signs or anything to distinguish it.”
“I turned around but could not see the building from where I emerged, it being tucked off the main street and its single-storey stockiness obscured by the expansive greenbelt that set it off from the rest of the city.”
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